Louis C.K. went on “Nightline” Monday night to discuss his career, and while there, defended fellow comedian Tracy Morgan from the fiery backlash he faced this summer after saying in a stand-up routine that he would stab his son if he were gay.

The “Louie” star told “Nightline” that the resulting fallout was a “wasted opportunity” to educate people on the roots of homophobia.



“Jackass” star Steve-O received a broken nose from Mike Tyson after running into his fist in one of a series of ridiculous events at the Charlie Sheen roast Monday night.


Those who watched Boston’s revered Fourth of July celebration Monday night on CBS were treated to spectacular views of fireworks exploding behind the State House, Quincy Market, and home plate at Fenway Park, among other places – great views, until you consider that they were physically impossible.


Every cop in a small northern Mexican town quit Tuesday after gunmen heavily sprayed their brand new police headquarters Monday night.

All 14 members of the Los Ramones police force reportedly resigned. Nobody was answering the phone at the office…


Alex Ovechkin scored a hat trick, including the winner on the power play in the third period, to lift the Capitals to a 4-3 win over the Penguins Monday night at the Verizon Center in Washington.

Washington’s win spoiled a stellar game by Crosby, who also registered a hat trick.

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Kobe Bryant broke the current Madison Square Garden record with 61 points, and the Los Angeles Lakers looked plenty potent without Andrew Bynum in a 126-117 victory over the New York Knicks on Monday night.


Colt McCoy hit Quan Cosby for a 26-yard touchdown with 16 seconds to play, lifting third-ranked Texas to a 24-21 Fiesta Bowl victory over No. 10 Ohio State on Monday night.

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